A simple short video inserted into DZL's playlists of great classics to remind viewers that they are watching DZL and to follow DZL on Twitter. Features the intro to Louis Armstrong's "Struttin' with Barbeque", a smooth and mellow piece of historic music. Topics: DZL, Louis Armstrong, Jazz
Covering nearly four decades, the story is a fanciful recreation of the "birth" of American jazz music. The film's highlight is the Holliday/Armstrong duet "Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans", surely one of the great moments of movie-musical history Topics: Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Jazz
3 record set Louis Armstrong All Stars with Jack Teagarden aprox. 1946-7 Victor Matrix HJ-14 Jazz series 40 records 40- 4004 ,4005,4006 Great Live classic Jazz favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden Jazz
This one is a gem that hadn't been seen in years. Last time I had seen it was in the late 1960s. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Louis Armstrong, Banned Cartoons, Vintage cartoons
Hoagy Carmichael, the song-writer of “Stardust” and “Georgia,” remembered the first time he heard Louis Armstrong play, in 1921. He dropped his cigarette and gulped his drink. “Why,” he moaned, “why isn’t everybody in the world here to hear that?” Something so unutterably stirring, he knew, had to be heard by the world. And over the next 50 years indeed it was. Louis Armstrong came out of the Colored Waifs’ Home in New Orleans and the honky-tonks of the red-light Storyville... Topics: Ruby Braff, Louis Armstrong, Chris Lydon
Set to the sound of jazz great Clarence Williams, this work illustrates thru sound and photographs the jazz musicians and their bands of the 1920's and 1930's as found on my MSN Spaces, ALL THAT JAZZ, RED HOT JAZZ, REDREDHOTJAZZ, AND HOTHOTJAZZ. Topics: JAZZ, NEW ORLEANS, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, FESS WILLIAMS
9:00p Swing Masters: Undecided 9:06p John Sheridan & His Dream Band w/Rebecca Kilgore: Don't Be That Way 9:13p Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars: Hesitating Blues 9:18p Earl Hines: Indiana 9:24p Tierney Sutton: Indiana/Donna Lee 9:30p Howard Alden & George Van Eps: Blue Skies 9:34p Harry Allen: Solitude 9:41p Benny Carter: Key Largo 9:48p Victor Feldman: St. Thomas 9:52p Tommy Newsom: Things Ain't What They Used To Be 10:00p Andy Kirk: Lady Who Swings the Band 10:03p Andy Kirk: What's... Topics: Louis Armstrong, Harry Allen, Woody Herman, KXJZ, classic jazz, jazz
Clip extraído del film Alta Sociedad de 1956 y donde disfrutamos de Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong cantando la canción de Cole Porter "Ahora tienes jazz" con el soporte instrumental de los All Stars de Satchmo. Topics: Satchmo, Jazz, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong, Alta sociedad, High Society
Phil Elwood presents a retrospective program dedicated to the music of Louis Armstrong a week after the great musician’s death. The first half of the program is dedicated to Armstrong’s early career in New Orleans during the 1920’s. In the second half of the program, Elwood focuses on recordings that Armstrong made in the 1930s when he had become popular outside of the strictly jazz, mostly African American community and had begun to perform more popular types of songs, including show... Topics: KPFA-FM, Music, Jazz, Louis Armstrong, Phil Elwood
Issue 48 of Record Research magazine. Louis Armstrong and Victoria Spivey, California Ramblers cont., Helen Morgan, Arhoolie Records. Topics: Record Research, Louis Armstrong, Helen Morgan, Arhoolie Records, 78rpm
Worker Ant - Can't Take Away Your Ways (L) 2010 Libre Commons Res Divini Juris License This is a song dedicated to everybody on the earth. Topics: Worker Ant, dubstep, louis armstrong, ella fitzgerald, remix
Aquí se presentan dos discos de Louie con The Dukes que fueron llamados Bourbon St. Parade y Limehouse Blues, con un inconfundible sabor a New Orleans. Topics: Jazz, Louis Armstrong, Dukes of Dixieland, New Orleans.
Louis Armstrong was among the greatest jazz musicians of the 20th century and a giant of modern American culture, knocking the Beatles off the top of the charts and writing one of the finest jazz autobiographies. In Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong , Terry Teachout draws on new sources, including hundreds of private recordings of backstage and after-hours conversations. Teachout is an arts columnist for The Wall Street Journal . This event took place on May 6, 2010, at the Central Library, 14 W.... Topics: Terry Teachout, Pops, A Life of Louis Armstrong, Louis Armstrong, arts critic, music, musician,...